Types of Necklaces

Types of Necklaces

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1. Opera Necklace
The Statement necklace is ideal for ladies whose wardrobe remains incomplete without a bit of drama. It can be either worn as a single strand or doubled up to look like a dual-strand choker. It becomes super easy to channel out vintage fashion in cocktail parties by knotting up an opera necklace around your neckline.

2. Multi string Necklace
The best thing about multistring necklaces is that it brings in a riot of colors and elements to your end look which opens up greater possibilities in terms of styling it with different attires. However, it looks especially gorgeous on light hued outfits sported to brunches, beach parties or just casual catchups with friends. A multistring necklace might be made up of asymmetrical beads stringed together to add a dash of vibrancy to your overall look.

3. Thread Necklace
This super stylish necklace is characterized by colorful threads which are tied together in knots. You can thus expect a unique look while sporting this necklace which looks beautiful when paired up with oxidized silver pendants or large beads. The thread necklaces range between 14 to 20 inches in length and are ideal for those days when you are feeling clueless about how to style your look right.

4. Bib Necklace
This long necklace can have your back just like a good old bib. You can bank on the bib necklace to bid adieu to the winter scarves and say hello to gorgeous new fashion statements. This bold necklace can be easily styled to perfection if you keep your remaining attire simple and single colored. Bib necklaces are either of princess or collar length. They have a wide front portion resting below the neck region and are usually crafted using beads, pearls or gemstones studded along a triangular or circular frame.


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